Buyers are wary of homes that have been on the market too long. No offers yet? It may be time to take action.
You’ve mastered the search process and know all the questions to ask at an open house. Now make sure you’re really ready to make your first offer.
Whether you’re in the next state or across the country, selling a home remotely can be tough. To pull it off, you’ll need to plan ahead and get some help from a local agent.
Buyers in search of a bargain may be tempted by foreclosed home listings. But are they as great a deal as they seem?
Here are some best practices for buyers at all ends of the home-buying spectrum.
Listing just to see what happens may seem like a good idea, but putting a home on the market too soon can backfire in a big way.
Whether you’re buying or selling a home, comparing similar homes in the area can yield a wealth of helpful information.
There can be plenty of delays on the road to closing on a home. Here’s how to steer around them and stay in the fast lane.
The inspection can be your chance to learn about your potential home and discover possible trouble spots.
What can you do if you fear the seller of your dream house will go with another buyer … or if they already have?
Heating and cooling bills, regular maintenance tasks, and system updates can put a dent in your finances.
What if you’re under contract to buy a home, and then find out it’s got big problems? Contingencies can get you off the hook.
When sellers are getting multiple offers, buyers must play smart to win.
Going FSBO can be a great opportunity to save money … or a recipe for disaster. Find out if FSBO makes sense for your home sale.
It’s possible to expedite your home’s sale … if you’re prepared to face the risks involved.